Salvation Army expands mobile feeding program to several Hudson Valley communities
The Salvation Army has expanded its mobile feeding program to several Hudson Valley communities.
The program will now serve Haverstraw, Nanuet, Nyack and Suffern. Volunteers will visit those areas three times a week bringing in 300 meals. They will also be helping the new immigrants coming to the area.
"It means that we not only have the opportunity to share food, but also to just let these folks know that they're welcomed, that they're loved, and that we're here to support them in any way possible,” said Salvation Army Major Mary Moore.
According to the non-profit organization, 1 out of 7 people are living in poverty.